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in canada. nbc's kevin tibbles is watching things from his point in rock port, massachusetts. kevin, looks pretty nice there this morning, right? >> reporter: alex, it's a beautiful day here in rock port. i don't know if i'm supposed to be embarrassed to say that to you. i feel a little bit embarrassed being out here outside talking about this monstrous category 4 earl hurricane that is basically category 4 wimp when it comes to the coastline of massachusetts. i don't want to get ahead of myself because we don't know what's happening up in nova scotia really except the rain started there. this storm kept far away from cape ann where i'm talking to you from today in rockport. a lot of the activities put on hold because of the storm for the long weekend here are now back on today. and my only real advice to people who perhaps were scared away from coming down to the sea shore would be to hop in the car. it is a lovely day. and i'm not going to be the only one eating all the salt water taffy here. i would suggest coming down to rockport. it's a beautiful day down here. you know, it's sort of
at progressive.com. >> a stabbing near penn station is under in canada -- is under investigation. we're checking bob ehrlich's new tv ad. those stories and more at 11. >> you could not have asked for a nicer stretch of weather. >> most likely, this was beautiful for labor day weekend. fifties' this morning, not quite as school tonight, down to 60 on average rate almost 90 tomorrow but then a cold front will usher in a fall-like air for the weekend. we're hoping that will trigger some showers, but it's only running a 20% chance of widely scattered showers and then back to the dry weather which makes you think about football. >> you are thinking about that before the temperature change. >> but now it will feel like football. >> one week from tonight, the ravens kickoff the season at the new meadowlands stadium -- new meadowlands stadium. >> thank you for joining us. nbc nightly news with brian williams's up next. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i vote
toward the coast of nova scotia in canada. kevin tibbles is live in rock port, massachusetts, where last hour we were seeing maybe little rain and wind when i talked to you. what's the scene like now kevin? >> alex, the sun is out here in rock port. it's going to be a lovely day. as a matter of fact, all the activities for labor day that were canceled here have all been put back on because earl really didn't live up to his reputation. not only crossing further out to sea than here in cape ann, but actually not, not dropping as much rain as people expected or at least they had been prepared to expect when this storm went through. so it's going to be a lovely day here. a lot of the boats have been taken out of the harbor. but i'm assuming that they're going to started going back in today because it's supposed to be a lovely day here. the only thing i really have to add to all this, because i don't have a lot to talk about in terms of damage or anything like that, is that yes, you're absolutely right, this storm is heading towards nova scotia. i'm going to be calling my son after this becau
the canada goose, which had been very endangered not long ago. this is one of very few animals in the country that has seen this kind of success. we hope you will see that with other species including the field had trapped -- fieldhead trout. this will filter any runoff before it enters the river itself and will improve recreational opportunities for folks throughout central california, including the bay area and modesto. it is only 90 minutes away. i want to encourage you to support the project and thank you for talking through the project today. president crowley: any questions? i will entertain a motion to fund. vice president vietor: i have a question. i have been having a problem understanding -- shut that thing off. >> sorry. vice president vietor: help me understand why we are acquiring this land. i mean, are we in the business to acquire lands for wildlife preserves ta? >> in this case, we are going to provide less than 10% of the funding for it to be protected long term, in perpetuity. our role is finite. hopefully, that deal will complete. we are providing some of the energy to make
in canada, and the u.s. junior semifinalist metal. >> he earned a spot on the ryder cup team. he is headed to scotland later this month. >> i cannot wait. i'm sure it will be an experience i will not forget. i did not really know the golf channel was going to be there. it is a privilege to be on tv. it does not happen too often when you are a kid. >> congratulations to denny maccarthy. >> if michael vick plays well, the eagles will not be able to get him out of the lineup and i think bob will be out of a job. -- call it will be out of a job -- cobb will be out of a job. a reminder, you have a little bit of time to call the phone bank. bit of time to call the phone bank. the number is 703-647- america needs clean energy, and america needs jobs. wind power can deliver on both - but only if the senate encourages investment by passing a strong renewable electricity standard. with a strong res, we can keep 85,000 wind power workers on the job, and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, too. jobs that america could really use right now. for american jobs, tell your senators to pass a renewab
about. hurricane igor comes onshore and canada. all of that and the latest on the war >> the pastor of a 25,000 member church is accused of seducing young men in his church. long is one of america's most famous of african american preachers. dr. martin luther king jr. said dundas daughter is part of the clergy. -- daughter is part of the clergy. >> he has a relationship with different times at different places with whoever he wants. >> is a turn at -- his attorney adamantly denied accusations. >> canadian residents are drying out after each work and went ashore. -- after igor came onshore. elderly man may have been swept away in the floods when his driveway collapsed. so many roads were flooded. the storm dumped several inches of rain. >> we have talked about this for 16 days. finally in the sizzling out. this will go down as the fourth hottest summer for the united states on record. >> we have to it 90 five more times. >> it looks like we'll do that today, tomorrow, and friday. looking outside at this all work, it is quiet aq)y right now. a little bit hazy with the humidity. you wi
to the atlantic today. hurricane igor is barreling toward canada. along the u.s. coast. it is keeping its hurricane strength after brushing past bermuda. home video shows the storms pounding the popular tropical islands. the storm knocked down trees and knocked out power to tens of thousands of islanders residen(q >>> looking around here in our area, no sign of any severe weather at the mercury is starting to rise pretty quickly. it will get nice and hot just- in-time were autumn. -- just in time for autumn. >> it is washington whether after all. look at the sunshine outside. just another great day. it looks and feels a lot like yesterday afternoon. we were in the 40's and most outlying areas early today. and the town of 75. -- honeytown at 75. >>> the federal reserve meets today to discuss whether to take more steps to help the economy. this one day after president obama got an earful from some voters. >> i am exhausted. i am exhausted of defending you, your administration. >> this was at a cnbc town hall. president obama face voters frustrated about the economy. many of them said they v
. >> they will make us sit in this topic. >> with warnings all the way to canada emergency shelters are open, and homes are being boarded up. >> you never know what kind of flying debris you get. >> the expectation is tropical storm force winds here in ocean city. about 1:00 p.m. town leaders will be to finalize their plans, what exactly they will do to prepare. we will have that at 5:00 p.m. >> ok, thank you very much. you can track hurricane earl 24 hours per day and get the latest on tbd.com, just click on the weather page. a developing story in northwest washington, d.c. at the scene of a fire at an art gallery. there was a report of smoke and flames. it is at the phillips collection on 21st street in the morning. it was spreading through the ceiling and onto the roof when they arrived. the fire was under control in about 50 minutes. no one was hurt by crews are still on the scene. expect traffic delays on 21st street and q street. coming up, a computer glitch is repaired, but delays are lingering today with what the state of virginia is trying to do to beat the backlog at the dmv. a rar
. we have signatures from across the country. from canada, taiwan, indonesia, china, and hong kong. we have signatures of our neighbors and members of the local chinatown association organization that has a 150-year history in the audience tonight. we have a 97-year-old lady in the audience tonight to see if we improve. >> happy birthday. [applause] >> in the audience tonight are members of the public to support 605 kearny street, and i would like to thank them all and ask them to stand up to be acknowledged. commissioner garcia: maybe we need to see who was against it. it's seems like everybody stood up. >> thank you. san francisco is a great city with great people and a great government. the government believes in protecting our property rights and the rights of our citizens. when the project is finished, we will gladly pay the increased property tax. the business and local sales tax revenue will help the city. we are living in tough economic times. i hope the board will please support the request to proceed with this project. it will be a great addition to chinatown and to san franc
passed. >> one would impact the age of canada workers aged and parole violators, and plastic bags filled in the senate by seven votes. >> it goes back to the government, it is bound to the government for a few of years and it is been a wave of cities, counties banning plastic sacks. >> still no word on the governor or the legislative could meet to make a final decision. >> carly edirne took aim at the troubled economy for 2010. with first debate with boxer, that are devastating the state. with the unemployment at about 0% carly fiorina-- >> and i know precisely where those jobs-to-about 12%. china, for example, like texas, brazil, will give companies huge tax credits and to help them cut through regulation and bay warrant are in the and provide access to credit and that is what we need to do. >> and we know that she has shipped jobs overseas, fired jobs and she is also opposed every jobs bill that we voted on. >> barbara boxer is seeking a third term and carly fiorina is a former ceo of h-p. with one- third of the registered voters are republicans. >> a live look at traffic this is the g
-month journey across the united states and lower canada. i document this tore on a map that i painted for the project and also from previous projects called the road map to lost america. on the map i have taken all of the contemporary borders off the map and replaced them with native territories, and then overlaid it with contemporary highways. i have scheduled venue stops at different areas along the tour, from california to south dakota, that will serve as headquarters for my local research. when i was researching the traveling medicine show, i came across this. they had put out an elixir, and it referred to the elements that came out because of the high stress, high-pressure life, mostly because of the industrial revolution. anyway, i was fascinated by the term american-itis, and i thought it did a lot about the stress-related illnesses, and i was impressed that they picked up on that and the 1800's. i did a survey to see if it was irrelevant element today. i have a series of eight painted banners that are retellings of american history. i am particularly interested in transition h
, what i think is a threat for a delicate balance for the medical canada's dispensaries. that is my roll call introduction -- for the medical cannabis dispensaries. clerk calvillo: thank you, supervisor daly. supervisor alioto-pier. supervisor alioto-pier: sexual assault and rape cases must be a priority in san francisco, in the current situation is inaccurate. -- and the current situation is inaccurate korea, while i command chief -- is an accurate. while i commend chief gascon and mr. hammer, i have the following recommendations to establish a timeline for testing dna evidence based on best practices, which we also do not denote -- do not do. coordination between providers requires the police department to report on testing in prosecution rates before the board of supervisors, and a look forward to working with all the stakeholders to see this through as soon as possible. i also wanted to vote make it aware of the amendments in my legislation -- i also wanted to make aware of the amendments in my legislation. this is set for land use next week, and i wanted to make sure that these amen
, and the like. now, on to the rest of north america, very strong system across eastern canada here. that will also bring some cooler weather into the eastern united states. although it is dry right now and very warm for the east coast. i'll show you that in a second. interior portions of the u.s., really quiet right now, but as we head further to the west, you can see this area of pink here. that is going to be very heavy rain and gale force winds. pacific storm system moving in to parts of british colombia. so rain for you in vancouver. and really all into interior areas as well. 16 for your high. winnipeg is going to be around 15. 21 in chicago and 30 degrees, very summery, for those 30s across the east. now, looking at europe, well, it is going to be kind of messy if you're anywhere in western europe right now. this big complex of storms, anywhere from southern scandinavia down to the central mediterranean is really under the gun for wet weather, potentially severe weather, especially near the alpine parts as well. so stormy here, potentially severe gusts, hail, and lightning al
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stars. jeffrey canada is ceo of the harlem children's zone, whose public charter schools educate ki kids from birth through colleges. last night, you spoke in terms of the nation, almost in terms of national security. >> you know, this is the problem we have, brian. we're the only remaining superpower in the world and we're moving towards a third world education system for our kids. the two things don't equate. i see people and they're trying to hold onto the status quo, acting like the kids are doing great. we're not in the top ten, not even in the top 20 anymore and this is a crisis for this nation. we need to do something dramatic to change this. pretending that we can keep doing what failed for 10, 20, 30 years is a disaster waiting to happen in america. >> lester touched on this. the film is largely about charter schools. that's really the -- they're red hot right now and that's if hot button. what do you like to remind people about charter schools? >> we have to start with the public schools. these are public schools that aren't controlled by these usual rules and regulations. ofte
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of sunshine throughout the day. high pressure through eastern canada, bringing us an area of sunshine and mild temperatures, with a light wind out of the south. we should warm up to 80, maybe a few isolated areas, may hit the low 80s, the big change, tomorrow, at 90 degrees. the latest on that in a few minutes, the forecast for the rest of the week. >> more active out in the kr tropics. and a celestial delight, we will show you in a few minutes. >>> jerry edwards joining us with the arrest. fnchlths has been a very difficult commu. fortunately, things have settled down. from rush hour to construction hours. that is what we are looking at. aoss the 14th street bridge. crews came out, took awayhe far left lane. the beginning of the bridge, plid span. no delays, everything is moving well. >> south of town, at the wilson bridge. a minor distraction, work crews are on the shoulder. two lanes do remain open. >>> it was a tough commute for virginia drivers this morning from, chopper 4, can you see the multile vehicle crash, in tyson's corner. major traffic delays. ere were no major injuries. a new ve
forbid homosexuals from serving openly in the military. some of our staunchest ally, britain, canada, israel, allow gay people to serve openly in the military. >> we'll follow it closely. all the more interesting. lady gaga's involved. we'll check in later. chris lawrence in washington. >>> a nasty fight in washington over extending the bush tax cuts. we've been talking about that a lot. bottom line, what's better for the economy? i guess in some circles what's better for voters? we went out and asked a bunch of economists what they thought. you'll hear their answers after this break. it's just outside of lancaster. sure, i can download directions for you now. we got it. thank you very much! check it out. i can like, see everything that's going on with the car. here's the gas level. i can check on the oil. i can unlock it from anywhere. i've received a signal there was a crash. some guy just cut me off. i'll get an ambulance to you right away. safely connecting you in ways you never thought possible. onstar. live on. >>> all right. ym your money, today your taxes. at the center avenu
the company's imports from canada. the pipeline is a primary supplier of crude oil from western united states into the canada. they expect "significant impact" on oil producers and refiners. it rose 3% to $76.45 a barrel in new york trading. >> tom: politics can make investors nervous, but not tonight's "market monitor." robert drach is the publisher of the "drach weekly research report." and he's is back with here on "nightly business report." >> good to see you, tom. >> tom: ahead of the november elections, you say you're absolutely bullish about stocks. why is that? >> if there was any time you didn't have to worry about the market than elections, this is it. historically, if the legislative and executive branches offset, which looks like is going to happen. >> tom: different parties. >> yeah. they offset, it is invariably strong for stocks. one group with a lot of the political cronyism, and special if you have another things. >> tom: like what? >> the most accommodated fed in history, and the cash reserves are the largest in history. >> tom: in terms of the corporate cash -- >> right. yo
by early tomorrow morning and an accelerating off to the new england, and eastern canada through the latter half of friday and on saturday. now to steve rudin. looks pretty good in the d.c. area. >> looks great for the bus stop forecast, upper 60's, lotus mid 70's, lots of sunshine. this afternoon, day #59 for 90 degrees or better. mostly sunny got wind of the south and 5-10. mid to upper 60's tonight. maybe low 70's. 90 degrees tomorrow, partly sunny and breezy. the wind will pick up a little. a cooler and drier for the upcoming weekend. let's go to lisa baden for the commute. >>> 270 northbound, a police pursuit started in montgomery county and went over the county line in frederick county, maryland. they had to fly somebody alison the scene and are searching for someone else in the area. 270 northbound after 109. southbound lanes beginning at 85. this is not going to change anytime soon. 355, 70, 97, 270, whatever you whatever you have to do 270. >> what triggered this fight with the marlins? >> and a fashion expert on "the oprah show" at portlock. >>> that ball is behind him. here we go
? >> earl is clearing new england and heading to the maritime provinces of canada. >> it has gotten over -- it was far enough off shore it was just a big squalor really for us. nearby in the mid-atlantic region, hatteras probably got the worst of it. it wasn't probably as bad as it could have been. in new england the storm has weakened. now, as as always happens behind a hurricane, you get excellent weather. here's the radar. h.d. doppler showing the eye of the storm. the radar is only seeng the wench half of the storm. the eastern half of the storm is too far away from the radar to pick up any echos. mostly up in the state of maine now. one good squalor line running through vermont and new hampshire and down into massachusetts. a couple showers along lake eerie, and that's associated with a cool front that went through. that's the next big thing. cooler air is coming in behind this. a cool front has cleared the area without rain behind this. we'll talk about a terrific holiday weekend. summer is on the way out. it is all coming up with the insta-weather plus forecast. >> earl has come a
of sunshine with no rain nearby. the closest rain is up in maine and canada. here is a look at the hd doppler radar. sunshine as far south as our area. tropical storm earl moving up into canada. it is moving out of the picture. let's take a look at the large picture here. some rain in the gulf coast region where the air is more tropical. a few showers in montana. that is it. very quiet weather except for the northeastern corner of the u.s. let's look at the sunshine. a beautiful morning. 72 but the airport and 74 at the inner harbor. the humidity is way down at 43% which will make this nice. perfect weather for the labor day weekend. i almost did not want to see summer going away. the barometer is low but rising that earl's leaving. finally we can get the barometer of there. west winds are picking up 12-24 miles per hour. today would be the 12th in a row that we have not had significant rain. yesterday we had a trace of right which was an outer band of earl along the western shore of the day. if has been 12 days without any significant rain. we have a deficit for the month of about 0.3 inch.
. o canada >> reporter: she had a number one song in her home country of canada. i believe in the power that comes ♪ >> reporter: with a voice that would leave simon cowell speechless. >> i don't consider myself to be a big deal. i'm just nikki, you know? >> reporter: we spent a day on the town with the 16-year-old and her mom. and, at every turn, she found musical inspiration beyond her years. >> billie holliday is playing. >> reporter: you have an ear for it? >> it's disticket. it's like leal, you hear it once and you know it's her. and her time is so good. nobody has time like that. >> reporter: this ability came early to nikki. she's been singinging since age 11. then, at 12, a music teacher turned her onto jazz. she learned ella fitzgerald's "airmail special" by heart. then vowed the crowd with it at a jazz festival in montreal. now, as she prepared for her last year of high school, she's traveling the globe, hoping to become the latest in a long line 0 canadian exports who have all conquered the music world. i heard you scat, too. >> i do that. >> re
the carolinas to canada as earl is a zoning in on our region. we will feel the effect into the overnight dollar tonight and certainly tomorrow. chris van cleve reporting from ocean city. >>> looking at the day ahead, business as usual at the dmv in virginia today. computer problems plagued the agency for weak -- week. there will be extra staff members to deal with the back of today and tomorrow. open until 6:00. >>> the maryland public service commission will hold another public hearing on pepco beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the theater of prince george's morago.ty college in l the government's point man on bp is telling the public that there will be no significant oil leaking when they removed the cap. >>> is really an and palestinian leaders will sit down for their first face-to-face talks in two years. president obama is cautiously hopeful the middle east leaders can resolve their differences. >>> sep gets off to a good start and facebook gets its own gift card. rob nelson has those stories and more. >> good morning. we begin with the stock market starting september with a bang. the dow jones sw
of a controversial cat category. investigators searching a landfill for a missing man. and earl heads to canada. >> the search continues. police are conducting an inch-by-inch investigation of a pittsburg landfill, looking for signs of the man they fear is the victim of a bizarre crime spree. >> reporter: the search is taking place up the hill behind me. now, just when the volunteers will be back tomorrow and the search could last a full week. that's because no new evidence has been found. >> there is a lot of debris here. it is very time-consuming. >> reporter: sifting through one acre of land and 3,000 tons of trash is taking days. the landfill is the strongest lead. >> looking for -- >> we're looking for anything. >> reporter: fred lick -- frederick is still missing. his father was found bludgeoned to death in this home. the owner of the home is dead, too. police believe one man attacked the man and his son because he felt one of them might be involved with tran. police are think the man strangled his girlfriend before he was shot to death in a confrontation with police tuesday night. now fo
the storm lost a bit of its punch. the unwelcome guest has definitely left its mark in canada. what residents there are dealing with tonight. >> and a counter culture tradition in the desert. the record that was set at this year's burning manifest value. >> we currently have mostly clear skies across most of the y area. coming up take a look at the temperature tracker forecast model. it will show the temperature change you will notice through your labour day. . >> a night-time air attack helped firefighters knock down brush fire in southern california. the fire began northeast of anaheim. some 100 firefighters battled the flames on the ground. air support was called in and helicopter pilots were able to use night vision goggles during their flight. the fire was contained to about ten acres. >>> in canada, some 40,000 people are still without power in nova scotia after hurricane earl hit yesterday. it came ashore as a category 1 storm. earl's winds brought down many trees and utility lines. nova scotia's power company said all power should be ck on by tomorrow. all essential services
are urging people to move to hurricane shelters. >>> the clean up couldn'ts in nova scotia canada where tropical storm earl came on shore. earl had grown to a category four category last week, threatening the north carolina coast but stayed offshore brushing new england before moving into canada as a a tropical storm. >> what a difference here, this is the best weather we've had all summer. >> we are, we're venturing into fall as we speak. it's not the end of summer yet, unofficially with this weekend, it feels more like fog. first thing you do is look for the fog, and it's moving in. within the next 12 hours, it'll probably be as far north as pigeon point and back into the bay area proper. let's go back to the current temperature, you will see as i put in the numbers directly for you. you can see the reds the higher temperatures. you'll see what we have, 80 in san francisco, 80 in concord. 89 up toward napa and fairfield. there's a 93. i'm just throwing temperatures out so you can get a feel of what we're looking at here. 64 out in the peninsula, on the west side of the peninsula there
in southern ontario -- but in a library? it's one of the final touches at canada's greenest school. dr. david suzuki public school is the first in the country to get a platinum rating from the u.s.-based green building certification program known as l.e.a.d. julianna is the chief engineer on the project. she loves the gym with its massive windows, sun pipes, and reflective surfaces. >> we actually have a sensor that monitors light levels and will actually dim the electric lights. >> reporter: the school's solar panels and windmills generate electricity and the rooftop gardens help with temperature control. the school's carbon footprint was a priority from day one. 100% of the old building was reused or recycled. even the dirt from the foundation will be turned into a naturalized play area. no plastic playground equipment here. no dark, dank boiler room either. dr. david suzuki school is heated and cooled with the latest geothermal technology. the kids can see the mechanics at work. they're already on board. they've been attending open houses to learn how the school works. >> this is a tube th
and sends the storm trac to canada. we're seeing rain as far as south as seattle and that's where it will stay over the next few days. you see the pattern with the high pressure building in. a warming sinking air mass. and that will lead to another thing we'll have to watch as we head toward the weekend. in the meantime for friday, 80s and 90s inland and san francisco, close to 80 for friday afternoon. now, as the winds start to turn offshore, if they get gusty enough we may see some red flag warnings sunday and into monday. so stay tuned. we know it will be hot but one thing that would trigger the red-flag warnings would be the gusty winds in the hills. we may see that sunday night and monday. tonight, temperatures dropping to the forts and 50s and not as cool as this morning and not too much in the way of low clouds inland. as the marine layer goes to 500 feet, the only cooling is near the coast and even the coast getting close to 70 tomorrow. 87 in san jose. 83 around palo alto and san francisco looking nice at 78. the east bay, concord toward fairfield, highs in the 90s tomorr
headed toward canada. nothing over the western half of the u.s. in fact, we're going to see a lot of that red on the map tomorrow as the temperatures come back up. also, it is the thi spare the air day tomorrow. the orange you see for the santa clara valley that is where the air quality will be considered. unhealthful for sensitive t groups. those with respiratory preposterous problems are asked to take it easy tomorrow. more on the seven-day forecast and we'll pinpoint just how hot it's going to get in those communities. >> thanks, craig. we'll check back in 14 minutes with the full forecast. >>> man who is scheduled to be executed in two days made a last-minute appeal today to save his life. albert greenwood brown's fate is now in the hands of the federal appeals court. he is seeking a stay of execution, challenging, among other things the drugs used for the execution. kimberly terry is at san quinten tonight with the latest for us. >> reporter: while albert greenwood brown awaits his fate here, his attorneys are working very hard to try to push back his execution, still set fo
in and drenching rain started socking the coast. it's not expect to make landfall until canada along the eastern seaboard hurricane watches and warnings are in fact. n.c. have declared a state of emergency. >> our national guards activated. >> businesses already taking a beating economically. >> this couldn't come at a worse time. labor day is our last of our weekend for the summer. it's hard. >> hours before the approach they took of manager of the waves which are expected to surge as the work strom goes by. >> got out of school so makes a good thing. i'm excited about the wind and rain tariffs >> it will be going along the east coast president barack obama will be getting up of data about their retains a truck tractors and any possible damage. >> live pictures coming in to the newsroom nor n.c. and the other from new jersey the shore line here is a live look on the left-hand side the shoreline near north carolina on the right-hand side alive reporter live shot talking about what it's like in new jersey in north carolina we have high water starting to come and one-2 ft. of water covering roadwa
. the fda says canada dry ging gingerale improperly claims to be enhanced with antioxidants. they also say lipton tea falsely links drinking their tea to lower cholesterol. right now, firefighters are scouring boulder, colorado, where eight people are missing. it seemed the eight missing refused evacuation orders. this is very frightening news. what do we know about this search, miguel? >> it certainly is. we do know authorities are doing what they call welfare checks, trying to go door to door to where they believed these people lived. all eight of these people were holdouts. they belief they hammered, that nailed themselves down and said i refuse to evacuate their home. and that they believe they may still actually be holed up on the hill. i asked fire authorities point blank, do you believe there could be some fatalities. they told us sure, it's possible, but they don't believe there is any fatalities. they just believe they're holdouts that refuse to come down from the mountain and they remain unaccounted for. communications up there are still very sticky and iffy. they believe they're
. it is now on its way to canada after pounding new england with wind and with rain. is steve doocy still on that cruise in canada? >> he is. >> live in chatham, massachusetts with the latest for us. were you on the cruise with your dad, peter? >> i am not. my dad -- oh, i was on the cruise, yeah, ended up having to fly out to halifax because i was needed here but luckily, tropical storm earl was a lot weaker than originally feared when it ended up coming into massachusetts last night. it was still a very powerful storm until it left the area about two hours ago. take a look at this. >> it's almost midnight here in massachusetts. we're down by the water and hurricane earl has been downgraded to tropical storm earl. you can see the wind and water are still coming in very, very hard. it hurts when it hits you in the face. you look up and you can see that red flag waving behind me. that's how fast the wind is blowing right now and you can see there's a beam from the chatham white house still beaming out light for miles to miles. a lot of people came out to see what was going on. they left
bieber is? >> is that that little kid? >> that little kid from canada has been a chart stopper. he was discovered on youtube. three years ago, the 16-year- old's mom posted clips on youtube. >> like baby, baby, baby oh. >> reporter: even letterman talks about him. it's not just the singing, the hair is just as famous. >> i decided to let it go. >> because of bieber? >> pretty much. >> you can vote for your favorite marylander supporting the do. >> there's nothing like seeing the hair in person and if you have a ticket, you can line up for a wristband 8:00 a.m. sunday. reporting in timonium, weijia jiang, eyewitness news. >>> bieber fever! well, his first cd titled my world has been in stores less than a year. >>> well, turning to sports, well, there's bad news for raven's fans. the all prosafety ed reid will be on the unable to perform list. being on the list now means he'll have to sit out the first six games. he's yet to practice this season. and tom and ken hamlin are among the candidates. and the first game the ten games away now. a monday night opener. the game, we'll bring it
my -- the gingrich, the howard dean canada. we both like ideas, he is a medical doctor. i'm a historian. we like debating. i think part of us is fund -- i have a similar relationship with robert reischauer. we like bouncing things off of each other like ideas. >> your president in 2013. explain how you would structure the white house. which you surround yourself with? what kind of administration would you want to have? >> that's a very subtle and important question. i've gone back, reading a lot about lincoln. he comes into a very tiny government and has to fight the civil war. his background as an administrator is that he has been all lawyer. lincoln had the advantage that he was the only true genius to was the president and his learning curve was unbelievable. it is clear that government these days is dysfunctional. it does not work. it starts with your possession of the white house. i will tell you one story that bothers me. i was very fortunate to spend 20 years in the legislative branch. the bush administration was very generous and allowed me to work as a volunteer i
to canada as this category 3 storm draws closer. but forecasters now say the storms should weak ton a category 2 by the time it scrapes up against north carolina's outer banks later tonight and possibly down to a category 1 when it goes by or into massachusetts. nasa now has provided a new image of earl. the space agency reports it took this shot, just after midnight eastern time today and even though earl has lost some of the power since then, you can still get a sense of how enormous this storm is. hours ago, north carolina's governor warned folks in the storm's path it's time to evacuate because in her words, better safe than sorry. >> let me make this very clear to the people of north carolina. once the storm comes in, and it becomes serious, once it is at its worst point, we are not going to put any emergency worker in harm's way. and so if you think there is going to be a problem, evacuate now, but there will be nobody to answer that phone or to come up physically to your house from your local area until the brunt of the storm passes. >> shepard: and a lot of north carolinaens
celebrating their expansion to canada. the company asked for actors to play specific roles including mothers, film buffs, even couch potatoes. they had the outside media do interviews about the netflixes in canada. netflixes issued an apology. they say the company did it as part of a fake documentary they planned to shoot in order to obtain a permit for the press event. >> too bad we weren't there. i could play the couch potato. >> that was my role! >> you're the mother. >> that, too. the couch potato mom. >> impersonating a police officer in east bay. what you need to watch out for. >> a big change for the chp after two high-profile chases in san jose. >> the stomach-turning reason millions of cans of baby formula are being recalled this morning. >> i'm terry mcsweeney with the story of healthcare reform. lots of them arriving today. some people love them, some hate them. just about everyone is impacted by them. the story coming up. >> and looking at the lower 48, our major airports are flowing freely but you can see a big massive storm system moving through the midwest which will cause del
the energy riding across the great lakes and through the border into canada. we may have a diminished chance of getting storms today as we had one frontal boundary push off the coast. we did tap into that 90-degree range and you'll notice the 90s curving their way back toward columbus, ohio, we were almost as hot as atlanta, georgia yesterday and we did beat charleston, south carolina. a lot of 70s and mugginess down here. a true sense of midsummer heat and the air mass trying to hang on to that last season. we bring it home and watch that energy to the northwest. we'll watch another line of showers and storms. this is the way the computer model looked yesterday afternoon. we did survive the trip with the added heat and energy. there could be another round today. i'll keep a threat isolated which means a 30% shot or less. anding to if again on friday. most of the weather back to our west. but until then, we have more heat to go. today 88, we'll probably push the limit of night in any spot. there will be the chance of showers and storms in the afternoon evening. patchy fog at 65. for tomorrow
the canada as we go through the weekend, nice cool canadian air will be rushing in. relief! your weekend forecast is coming up. >>> good morning, if you're just waking up on "early today," in sport, a busy night on the gridiron as college football season opened one a full slate of games. here's fred roggin with a early look at your sports headline. >>> good morning, kicking off the football season with 25 teams in action. jacoby harris making an early bid for the heisman trophy. 13 is a lucky number for miami. they won big, 45-0. one heisman hopeful. terrell pryor led number two, ohio state in a win over marshall. he capped off the first half of a 65-yard strike. buckeyes roll, 45-7. game of the night in salt lake, 15th ranked pittsburgh down 11 in the fourth quarter when they mounted a comeback. john bald winn, a 44-yard touchdown reception. utah up by three. dan hutchins with the tie and he missed. wait a minute, utah called time-out right before he kicked it. hutchins with another shot to tie the game. he nails it. pittsburgh rallies to force overtime. however, in the extra period, ut
is writing pretty far north. it will go through upstate new york and southeast canada and northern maine. these areas will stay north of the pennsylvania line today. we do not expect much effect from this particular whether feature. let's look at what happened yesterday. it was nice outside with low humidity. 78 at the airport and 80 at the inner harbor. morning lows yesterday or in the 52 to 60 range. their readings are that low because the moisture content of the air has dropped off. annapolis, 66. salisbury, 53. the same at the boardwalk and ocean city, very pleasant. 57, westminster. 46 at frostburg. the mounds are really nice and chilly. here you see this cool air reaching from new england and into the upper great lakes. you do see some warmer air near chicago and back into iowa and missouri. this will start to sneak into our area. it will start tomorrow -- even today. today will be warmer than yesterday. the actual storm is back in the plains states. coming out montana and into the dakotas. basically it is a big area of high pressure sitting over us and that means some great weathe
morning. the consumer products safety commission an canada are announcing these recalls, a lot of fisher-price brand name items here. we begin with 7 million fisher-price trikes and tough trikes sold in the u.s. and canada. the trikes have a protruding plastic key known to cause injury to children's genitals. they are intended for children between the ages of 2 and 5, sold from january of '97 through september 2010. if you have one, fisher-price will replace that key. also replacing more than a million healthy care, easy clean and close to me high chairs. there are pegs on the back of the legs meant for storage and reports of at least 14 children being injured after falling on or against those pegs. fisher-price recalling more than 3 million infant toys sold under a number of names, baby play zone, gymnastics, ocean wonders, a choking hazard there and 120,000 little people wheelies because they can come off and cause a choking hazard. fisher-price this morning said it wants to assure its customers its products are overwhelmingly safe. we talked to the consumer products commission chairma
some rain in extreme eastern canada, but that's about it. the storm is just about over with. so as far as the forecast goes for today, there goes igor. and the nation's kind of split. the southeast, the deep south, very hot. still feels like summer out there. some record highs are possible. there's a cooler air mass that has settled over the great lakes and new england. so it's definitely a split forecast. you can see chicago, 75. atlanta, 91. so we're still in the 90s from texas to florida. more or less in the late summer/fall air mass as you'd expect from chicago, detroit, all the way into areas of the east. but it's quiet today. not a lot of wet weather. that's a look at your monday forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. sunshine, another 90 degree day possible in raleigh, north carolina. houston today, very warm. we had a lot of heavy rain over the weekend in south texas. that should slowly improve today. some showers in the forecast. lynn, we'll sneak in to fall this week. give you the forecast coming up. >> it's here. all right, bill, thank you. >>> remem
, a breeding ground for mosquitoes and disease. some of the countries like new zealand, scotland, canada, say that they would like the teams to be moved into hotels if things are not clean up in time. a massive embarrassment for the organizers. >> still to come, why has an infestation of bedbugs cause mayhem in manhattan? could belgium ceased to exist as a country? some of them have been asking that after inconclusive elections last june and they have been without a government for over 100 days. there are politicians who think it might be better to split belgium into two. >> the schools are open but belgium has been without a government for 100 days. the main political parties are split between the flemish speaking majority in the french speaking minority. the status of brussels in the flemish speaking part of the country is a point of contention. at some point they will have to make a deal, but it is likely to take some time yet. >> i am optimistic, that is immoral to the in belgium. >> politicians continue to argue that there is a caretaker administration in place in it seems to be to reach
and this may get martha's vineyard friday night before pulling out into canada on saturday. so we'll be doing better once we get rid of earl. friday morning midday is the worst. don't cancel your weekend plans at the beach because it will be cooler saturday and sunday, low 80s. labor day, 88 and 90s on tuesday. >>> stick around. we're in the kitchen when we return. >>> you know, with the kid back in school, families are getting awfully busy and it's difficult to sometimes prepare a meal for your family. well, guess what? mrs. robinson will do it for you. nancy robinson is here with mrs. robinson cooks. she does catering. you want to have your child's lunch prepared every day or a lovely meal -- you know, you don't have to sweat in the kitchen. she'll do it for you. mrs. robinson cooks. but today she will share with us one of her menus and it's real simple. she said you can do this in ten minutes. i don't believe you. > [ laughing ] absolutely. >> ten minutes? so nice to have you. >> thank you. i'm glad to be here. with school schedules and work schedules, the key is to think about what is
to the table fresh. it's already happening in places like canada, norway and vietnam. when we make food smarter, we make it safer. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. disguised as a wedding, but a jungle none the less. and here there are two types of tigers. one that goes straight to the prey. and the one who makes the prey... surrender to him. the contrast of infinite black. the clarity of fast-switching phospors. the smoothness of 600 hertz. all come together to create what cnet calls one of the best 2d tvs they've ever tested. the viera full hd 3d tv from panasonic. dick: the rain falls here in flushing moe me doe, 6-4 to nadal in the first set, they're 4-4 and 30-30 in the second set. the rains have suspended play. let's go back to the action, here's how this championship match developed, very first point was a terrific point and djokovic earned it, but he came up a little gimpy. john: this isn't the first time or the last, probably in this match. he's got a long history of that. it was a nice start. i think he lost his concentration there and that's when
pattern has high pressure coming down from canada and we have that cool, dry air as this cold front has passed through. you can see the warmer air to the south and that will continue over the next several days or so. we are looking at the tropics and we have tropical storm ior. for today, that temperature is going to be around 78 degrees. mostly sunny, and it is going to be mild and breezy. so it's going to be a great day to get out there and eat that lunch outdoors. i would say, the winds are going to kick up. you could see a lot of trash blowing across the area. if today is your trash day, bring that trash indoors because it will be everywhere. tonight, that temperature coming in at 56 degrees. it's going to be mostly clear and cool. so yes, another cool evening and then another cool morning as well. but tomorrow, that temperature right around 77 degrees. so 78 today, 77 tomorrow. still lots of sunshine in the forecast. it's going to be mild and still going to be on the breezy side as well. let's take it over to traffic with kim brown. >> thanks linette. we are off it a good start. i
, davis guggenhime, featuring jeffrey canada from harlem who has shown it is possible for great schools even in poor neighborhoods. this week the department of education announced grants to replicate his success in 20 more cities. >> i thought it was a little slanted because i think that there are a lot of great public schools. >> does anyone in your group think the status quo is working? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: they also agree on what's at stake. >> you know, i want to be a teacher. >> reporter: a child's future. >> i want to be a nurse. >> i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: michelle miller cbs news new york. >>> a video singer katy perry taped for "sesame street" being kicked to the kucurb. yesterday. producers announced they would not air it after receiving complaints from parents. they overnight, she tweeted looks like my play date with elmo has been cut short. i'm a little hot here. this morning actress tom selleck and donnie walberg. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news. ds of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the
to the market... and know it got to the table fresh. it's already happening in places like canada, norway and vietnam. when we make food smarter, we make it safer. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. disguised as a wedding, but a jungle none the less. and here there are two types of tigers. one that goes straight to the prey. and the one who makes the prey... surrender to him. the contrast of infinite black. the clarity of fast-switching phospors. the smoothness of 600 hertz. all come together to create what cnet calls one of the best 2d tvs they've ever tested. the viera full hd 3d tv from panasonic. dick: the rain falls here in flushing moe me doe, 6-4 to nadal in the first set, they're 4-4 and 30-30 in the second set. the rains have suspended play. let's go back to the action, here's how this championship match developed, very first point was a terrific point and djokovic earned it, but he came up a little gimpy. john: this isn't the first time or the last, probably in this match. he's got a long history of that. it was a nice start. i think he lost
on this friday. let me take you through the forecast heading into the weekend. cooler air coming down from canada. today, it's chillier in kansas city, chicago and minneapolis. it's cool her for your saturday, at least, but that really cool air won't arrive in areas like atlanta until sunday. so that's the theme. slowly, but surely we're going to cool it off. sunday, we have a chance for showers and thunderstorms in the east, but atlanta, it's ban long time since you've been in the 70s for a high and that will be much in the southeast, too. d.c., you have one more two more hot days and fall officially arrives for you. >>> well, if you're watching us on who13, des moines, iowa, check out the state's largest arts and crafts fair with over 300 exhibiters all at the iowa state fairgrounds. that's your "early today" event of the day. i imagine you would go to the crafts and head over to the deep fried oreos. >> i go straight to the deep fried ors. what are you thinking? >> deep fried twinkies? >> it's so sinful, it's perfectly delicious. i'll try it next time i see it. >>> up on the silver screen this
the playing field just a bit. to toronto, canada, where they have ugly shmucks.com. it is a dating website for the unattractive. a college student came up with the idea. $13 amonth to join, but it might hurt your self-esteem to buy into the idea that you are ugly enough to be on the website. don't think about looking it up. the members have the ability to vote you off if you are too cute. but i'm thinking that could get ugly. >>> we want to hear what you think. send your e-mails to mcginty's mail bag. the address, mailbag@wusa9.com. 9news now will be right back. >>> we want to remind you to tune into 9news now starting at 4:25 a.m. >>> military members all across the country are remembering those still missing today. national pow and mia recognition day and at the pentagon, robert gates held a special ceremony for our servicemen and women. he prolled to do everything in his power to get the troops home safely. okay, when the chips are down, who do you want to save your bacon? s.w.a.t. teams were showing off their mad skill today as they took part in an annual competition featuring sharp sh
into canada with winds of hurricane status. lisa is a tropical storm at five miles an hour. take a look at the cone. it takes you out to sunday and barely moves. on the watercraft craft in effect. when the winds do turn around to the south. overall topping out at 77 this afternoon. it will be a beautiful one. tonight we go down to 59. tomorrow we go up to 88 degrees. the heat starts kick in. it sticks around and we'll have the five-day coming up. >> looks great. >> 48 when i came in this morning, i had the top down. >> it's all perspective. >> and the heat on. a reminder, great prostate challenge is coming up. make sure you come out for the run, the walk and a lot more fun as marty is the mc. it's at towson university johnny unitas stadium. for more information, go to wjz.com. and still to come on eyewitness news at noon, don't forget to get your flu shot. hear how it can help your help besides preventing you from getting sick. here are the stories we're following on our website at this hour. for constant updates, go to wjz.com. ,,,, >>> in today's healthwatch report there's another rea
, he is still free pending an appeal. the cleanup is underway in canada where hurricane igor has brought flooding to some areas that are 20 centimeters of rain in a few hours. a tropical storm warning was lifted on wednesday and igor was downgraded to a post-tropical storm. the sense of crisis surrounding the commonwealth games seems to be deepening, despite official reassurances. the president has requested a meeting. five national teams have complained about the accommodations in delhi. the scottish party has delayed its arrival. >> images of games to remember, it may have to be canceled. 11 days ago and teams have not even figured out how to agree to compete. the cleanup operation is under way following the collapse of a foot bridge along the main stadium. the tarnished reputation of the game will be harder to repair. lurking from one problem to the not -- to the other. >> we will see to it that commonwealth games are conducted according to international standards as we have come to participate in these games. quite happy about these emissions. >> the scottish games have alrea
school student took down a 450-pound bear with a bow. jessica was hunting her dad in canada when she saw the bear chasing a cub. >> it was a really aggressive bear. the cub went up the tree and was screaming and crying and it was just horrible. i got a little shaky once i pulled back. >> jessica is not only talent its bind the bow. she caught a 20-pound salmon in lake michigan. she is a good person to go huntingw. >> quite the outdoor girl. we will get a lieutenant of rain in here tonight and through the day tomorrow. flood watch is up for most of the state right now. take a look. this is -- most of the state. along the chesapeake the tides probably two to three feet in some spots above normal. coastal area as long the bay watch out for that. the radar right now heaviest rain well to the south. beginning to move into maryland. headed toward the baltimore area and through the day tomorrow, hour through hour the rain will be heavy. it'll start to taper off in the afternoon. >> hopefully out by the big race. >> yes. we will be dry by then. >> thank you for watching. don't forget about
of canada and trying to push toward our region. the most recent showers at the canadian border have been running out of steam and moisture. we have a couple of scattered clouds associated with that. that is what we're seeing today. the front went through our region almost unnoticed and then scattered cloud cover. high pressure coming in behind it should deliver another beautiful day tomorrow. this front may be of little stronger and more organized as it comes in thursday evening which is the next best chance for rain. tomorrow will be a beauty. highs from 77-82 and a west breeze at 6-12 miles per hour. sunrise is at 6:48 a.m. and will go down at 7:15 p.m. on the day tomorrow, western wins a wider than today with waves around 1 foot. now advisories for the water tomorrow. water temperatures around 75 degrees. a beautiful day out in the western maryland mountains. near the bay, sunshine in abundance with temperatures right around 80 degrees. brands will be lighter out of the west mark. lower eastern shore, of warmer with mostly sunny skies. ocean city and surrounding areas should have beau
disturbance in canada, all tied to this front in the west. it is not very active, though. clouds are just not generating. with all of this humidity would think that something was going on, but it is just not happening at all. when this front comes through in less than 24 hours it will have little or no rain with it at all. but the air will cool. today, mostly sunny. unseasonably hot and humid, southwest wind that 5 to 15. the dewpoint is right near 70 and that means very humid. 1995, the afternoon temperature range. -- 90-95 the afternoon temperature range. 7:00 p.m. is sense that now. -- is sunset now. down in the tropics is where we have all of our storm activity. it looks like tropical storm matthew is going to take a turn to the north. something tells me it developed and there -- something else may develop down there. tropical storm ely's is way down indialantic. here is what -- is way down in the atlantic. here is what happens to matthew over the next five days. it does not move much at all. it is -- it just gets stuck over the yucatan peninsula, diminishes in strength. it maybe not
, canada back who would have thought it would have gone that far? >> holy moly. the boys said this will be the sending ahe sptries note with a balloon. experts say releasing helium balloons in the atmosphere is not good for the environment. >> he is a cute little boy. 66 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we'll check your traffic and weather together. >> we will tell you about a teenage trend that some are co >> there is a trend going on with young women. >> it has come to light within the last few years. erica edwards explains. >> an estimated 20% of people have engaged in some form of self-injury. >> they deliberately damaged their own body tissues, but not with the aim of killing themselves. >> cutting is the most common form of practice that leaves visible scars. self embedding, where people insert small items deep into their skin, white paper clips and glass. radiologists stumbled upon this behavior while studying ultrasound data. >> i was seeing reports coming through with small notes that said self inflicted or self inserted. >> the objects are not visible to the naked eye.
stream out of western canada. that's supplying that cool flow of air and that's a pattern we're not expected to see change appreciably until about wednesday. then we'll be back in the cold again. let's check our forecast. first of all for tonight skies, clouds early, well, mostly cloudy let's say thereafter. calm winds. cool temperatures by the morning hours. low temperature 43 to 49 degrees. then for tuesday mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. high temperature between about 60 and 65. northwest winds expected. tomorrow night partly cloudy and cool by sunrise. 44 to 49-degree low temperatures. not too bad just yet and wednesday should be the warmest day of the week. fairly comfortable temperatures ranging between about 70 and 75. as winds turn southwesterly from 5 to 15 miles per hour. 7-day forecast promises that cold outbreak by the weekend. friday, saturday and probably sunday will have daytime highs mostly in the 50s. probably as you see there lower 50s for a day or two. but the bigger story may be what happens during the overnight hours with temperatures drop
storm force winds destroyed homes across the massachusetts coast line. while in canada come to the thousands of power -- of customers were left without power. the lights are slowly coming back on, but everyone admits the storm could have been a lot worse for a lot of people. >>> it could have been worse for most of us up and down the east coast. even just a man -- a minor deviation could have made it a lot worse. >> we lock out. >> a great weekend for the beaches locally. we did have a tropical storm to talk about. we do get a pronunciation. >> hermione. >> this is a tropical storm hermione. sorry harry potter fans. it may become a category one hurricane before landfall tomorrow afternoon or sometime late tonight. we are already seeing brain damage, the outer rained moving on shore. it is almost on the entire texas coast line. and as not a very strong system but it is very typical where it is not the wind you worry about but the rain. we have a flood watches along much of south texas, almost the southern half of taxes. this will be a slow mover with a lot of moisture. close
on board was actually carrying explosives. the plane carrying 273 people was flying from canada to pakistan. passengers were evacuated from the plane to waiting buses at the airport. authorities stay a woman in canada phoned in the threat. the man in custody is a canadian citizen of pakistani descent. those explosives were found on him and swedish officials are now searching the airline jet. >> jamie: iranian president ahmadnejad now back home attending the u.n. assembly in new york. his visit not unexpectedly a controversial one when he made remarks about the september 11th attacks. ahmadnejad says he and most of the world, he believes, that the u.s. was behind that attack, and he suggests the u.n. create a fact finding panel to find out. president obama fired right back accusing ahmadnejad of making offensive and hateful comments. >> kelly: an american astronaut and two cosmonauts back on earth after a six month mission in spice. american trayssy dyson saying goodbyes at the international space station moments before leaving for earth. the three crew members expedition taking off after a
. demonstrations will be held in 18 u.s. cities and in australia and canada. >>> we're about to take you inside a place few cameras ever go. the center of the united states spy satellite network and after decades of keeping an eye on rival superpowers in just a few days a new generation of spy satellites will be launched to take over the eyes in the sky for america. we have this news edge exclusive. >> reporter: inside the operation center for the national reconnaissance office. >> it can be strenuous. >> reporter: charlotte wilson has her hands full. >> sometimes a lot of phones can be going off at one time depending on what's going on. >> reporter: this is the nerve center of the spy satellite network for america even though most folks haven't heard about it. >> it's okay they don't know. we're delighted to tell our story but we don't advertise what we do. >> reporter: what bruce carlson does is run an agency responsible for launching and operating spy satellite circling the globe. >> it's here that we device the methods and techniques to spy on the other guys in space. >> reporter: with a na
're the problem -- i don't think they're the problem. teachers in canada and top-performing areas are unionized. editors at the "wall street journal" is unionized. the thing about it, successful parent produce successful children. if you want to make schools better, maybe we should try to focus on giving parents a better chance to succeed. >> wait a second. there are unions and there are unions. if you behave like a union, steelworkers in 1952, that's different from the unionization of the "wall street journal" editors for example. give steve the last word. >> our teachers unions haven't been blocking the reform we heard about. in washington, d.c., mayor was pro-reform. they gunned the man down in the primary. obama went along with it and killed a pro-choice program in washington where thousands of parents tried to sign up to get the kids out of miserable schools. he killed that and sent his daughters to a private school. >> he did. last word. thank you. coming up, stocks to help you get on the cover of "forbes" magazine billionaire special edition. ;7 >>> the annual "forbes" 400 list is out of
in from canada. usually it has suppressing air, rising air would get clouds. that's what we have down here along the coast of california. even radar returns here just outside of yuma on the border of arizona and california. but warm conditions will be rule today. a lot of dry conditions. temperatures still very warm. phoenix is holding on to 82. the areas that will be the hottest will be in the deserts. 98 in vegas. 106, phoenix. medford, 94. portland at 84. as i mentioned, seattle about eight degrees warmerarizona, as will be around 100. spokane, 80 degrees. that's a beautiful fall day. salem, oregon, 85. we'll take a peek at friday a little later. back to you. >> wow, i am jealous of the west coast today. i can tell you that much. >> they're not wearing the big high rubber boots. >>> oil claims, scary foreclosure numbers, mcdonald's threatens benefits. your early morning headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, it's been quite a run lately fortin that faye. but wait, it gets even better. >>> a first for david ortiz. one of the craziest endings you'll ever see and a hair-raising tribute fo
to our website wbaltv.com to see canada profiles and much more. the plan to burn the koran. >> we will take you to the first purple friday of what many will be a can miss season. >> why some pills smokeless tobacco is a bigger threat than cigarettes. >> watching their faces as they watched the videos. they thought that people had done bad things. >> nine years later. hall local high schoolers remember the worst attack ever on american soil. >> it will feel like all this weekend. we may get some much-needed rainfall. i will break down the forecast for you straight ahead. >> americans had no idea of the terror that was coming our way. if the september 10, 2001. in a matter of hours, our world would change forever. it stands that a moment that no one will forget. the lasting of images make it impossible. on the eve of the anniversary of 9/11, we went to a high school to ask students about what they remember. >> all we knew is that they brought everyone outside and told as we read going to go home early. >> i came to school in the morning and saw my teacher crying. she did not explain
flight junior hockey player in canada, and if there's one thing hockey players never forget how to do is droupon the gloves. this game is out of hands early. he got touched up for 10 runs in the first two innings. things got really interesting in the 6th after that ball leaves the ball park. he separated his shoulder last night and gets ready to rumble and gets leveled by the first baseman. here we go, both bases and bullpens clear. three guys got evected. morgan's fired up and leaves in a tizzy. what a mess in florida. nats lose to the fish, 16-10. speaking of ejections, nationals broadcast fired today. he was suspended last week for comments he made questioning the toughness of stephen strasburg. today they made it permanent. ray knight will finish the season in dibble 's place. >>> many of the first teamers will get the night off but albert haynesworth won't. a team source telling nfl network that haynesworth will play extensively tomorrow night, and if the coaches don't like what they see according to that same source, they may deactivate big al for the opener against the cowboys.
and then released. the pakistan international airlines flight carrying about 250 passengers was flying from canada to pakistan. a woman called can nad kwan police after the plane was in the air and said a man was on board with explosives. plane was searched a nothing was found. >>> our first look at how the 33 miners in chile will be rescued. there it is, the first of three rescue capsules arrived today. theapsule is only big enough to hold one person. the bottom of the capsule holds three tanks of compressed air, enough for about 90 minutes of breathing. the men have been stuck in the mine since august 5th and expected to be rescued sometime in early november. >>> there's a good chance that your son or daughter is not drinking enoug water and it may be affecting their more than you think. a new study in the american journal of clinical nutrition says the dangers of children not getting enough water can have fareaching health implications. doctors say a lack of water can affect physiological function and cause fatigue and muscle weakness and headaches. researchers found that today's children are l
, britain and canada, led the banning. the new video game allows a player to be a taliban fighter and shoot u.s. soldiers. the defense minister says it trivializes the loss of war. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," stocks in asia bounce back today. ashley morrison is here in new york with more on that. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. asian markets were up as concerns about europe's debt crisis eased. japan's nikkei was up a fraction while hong kong's hang seng was up just a fraction. >>> today wall street gets numbers on trade and the weekly market numbers. wednesday the market went higher. the dow gained 46 points while the nasdaq added 20. >>> job openings jumped in july for the first time in five months. the labor department says the number of jobs advertised rose by more than 6% to just over 3 million. that is the highest since april. but the competition for those jobs is fierce. on average, five people are vying for each open spot. >>> with people worried about their jobs, they're keeping the plastic at home. consumers' borrowing fell again in july. households cut back on their
to maryland in terms of its devastating effects but parts of the northeast and canada weren't as lucky. this is earl making land fall in nova scotia early this morning. it's being blamed for the death of a man who drowned while he was trying to secure his boat in halifax. here's a look at earl last night as it hit the northeast as a tropical storm. this was taken about the same time earl's eye was passing nan tact -- nantucket off the coast of massachusetts. numerous flights were canceled and am track services were -- and amtrak services were delayed. plans were disrupted for thousands of vacationers this labor day weekend and while one business owner said earl didn't leave much damage, his hotel is feeling consequences. >> about 60% of her business isn't here today. we would normally expect to be sold out for the weekend. this is a very big weekend for us to ep -- to end the sum we are a bang. but it's -- we'd rather have it like this than be cleaning up debris. >> no word on the impact, if any, that earl had on ocean city business this is holiday weekend. the investigation into what
to nearly all antibiotics. it has sickened three people in this u.s. and canada. they people were receiving medical care in india where the problem is widespread. >>> americans are washing their hands more often. a new survey finds 85% of people wash their hands in public restaurants. that's up 8% since 2007 and the highest since the survey started. the h1n1 may have sparked the improvement. the survey found women wash their hands more than men. >>> as many as 9 million americans can be at risk for severe health problems and not even know it. the disease known as peripheral artery disease or pad occur when fat builds up in blood vessels in areas of the body besides the brain and heart, specifically in the legs leading to severe cramping when exercise or just walking. many people choke it up to getting older but poor circulation can mean foot ulcers don't heal and if it is bad enough loss of a limb. it is linked to buy piece and kidney -- diabetes and kidney disease so are there a lot of reasons not to ignore it. >>> 20 state are the calling the health care reform plan unconstitutional. fede
.offa young ladyywho was but even thouuh the primary deteetive drove almost all upstate to canada to talk to ssmebody, he neverrfound oot who >> the three suspects are charged with murder in harris' death. he was shot in the new lounge jazz club in 2008. in the summer of 2008 after heed avoid an on coming car. the truck hii a jersey wall before falling 30 feet into the bay elow. now the woman of that was driving the other vehicle has damages. she had a blood alcohol level of .03, but prosecutors said that was too low to press charges. >>> house republlcans are making their agenda known innthe event that they take control of congress some novembee. gop lawmmkers revealed their pledge to america thursday.ú it includes steps aimed at beefing up natiinal security, repealiig healthcare legislation and reigning in governmentú spending. unlike the contract with merica that came out in 1994, ideas are coming from the people instead of being given to thee. >> whee republicans weeeein fair shaae of mistakes. i think we demonstrated over the last 20 months how the republicans have heard the amer
temperatures coming ow down out of the nniggbor to the north. canada, sending us a fresh cool breeze. and humidity levels at %-so the temppratures, as you s, -orth in wilmington.ú at 57. and looking at 2 in baltimore. 60 in hagerstown. and oot there in winchester,,3 northerr virginia, 60. dc at 67 nd we saw warmer temmerattres in the mid to upper 80s to thh south of us. continue to see tte warmer air pushing up as we see high pressure move just off to the east. looking at the temperatures. new england stttes. only 51 degrees in albany. ú%obaaly drop down to the upper3 40s potentially tonight. so the cooler air is slowly working the way down. look at the difference in temperatures. from cleveland at 59 to indianapolis at 78. 30 minutes ago, 80 degrees there. and some f that warm air builds in with the help of high pressure. here is what is goiig oo. mechanism of the atmosphere. here is what is happening. high pressuue is cllckwise, rotating air.3 so we have clockwise rotating air and also sinking air, from a lost to the surface. so what is happening is that we are not seeing much
't know. but now i do. >> a group in canada is trying to break the world record for3 the longest softball game. to do it they have to play 120 hours of softball. there can be two teams with up to 40 players. break to say leep are allowed. field so hey sleep in tents in the outfield. >> me aad my dad used to have the guiiness book, when i as a kid and stuff. so always been familiar with ii. nice to be in there. i always wanted to breaa a word. >> out here playing ball and it came up. >> group needs to playyuntil 1 .m. on wednesday to break the record. >> after the ravens beat the browns yesterday, it waa the most asked question of all. how is ray rice's knee. we have information on that this evening t might not be as bad as was feared. rice injured the knee in the forth quarter against the browns and left the game. not to returr. he underwent an mri today. and the results have the ravens feeling uubeat. no damage whatsoever to tte ligaments or cartilage. and basically a bad bruise. >> we have the mri back. i am sure it is a significant contusion. so just have to see how he fairs thrrug
an environmentally friendly pig that is being developed in canada pshtion cattle resistant to mad cow disease. >>> johns hopkins hospital is looking a little blue this week. >> hospital signature the dome lighted blue to raise awareness about prostate cancer. the dome lighted nightly through saturday more than 217,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each and every year. most common form% of cancer among american male. % >>> john harbaugh finds call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance. old old bbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. >>. >> john harbaugh had a belly full of the referee sunday aaternoon in cincinnati ray lewis and the roughing the úppears on thugs. harbaugh paiiion at low levels and after
idaho to their home in canada in the animated film alpha and omega. the film is rated p g. i'm megan and that's the low down. >>> let's face it. 4 decade at one job is very impressive. but wait until you finddout what birthday this postal worker just ceeebrated. worker just ceeebrated. >> secret to long ccreer and >> welcome baac. i'm kristen. after weeks of waiting the ravens got some discouraging that kendall's chances of playing this seasonnare very slim. the second round draft pick fracturrd hii skull after falling down 2 flights of stairs ight before raven opened training camp. kendall came to baltimore early this month for series of neurological and medical tests. ravens said they will restart contract talk with kendall and work out a deal that reflects his unique situation. ssnday game. one thing the ravens defenss has been known for over the years is stopping the run. however last year the bengals ran all over the purple and black and the main culprit was benson. cincinnati running back pounded the ravens for 2 37 yards in two meetings with the leif instant -- ravens
air to come in. that northerly flow from canada -- another day just like today for tomorrow. the difference will be the breeze will be a little lighter. it won't feel quite as cool and plenty of sunshine. temperatures right rouud 88 degrees for tomorrow. anooher gorgeous day. we have been dealing with earl over the past few days. i want to point outt something in the atlantic. we have a storm out herr. it is what used to be gaston. it is well out in to the atlantic. very small, in fact, well off to our south and east. still 1 something to watch over the next severaa days as it gets closer and closer to the united states. the hurricane center is predicting tte storm will become a tropical cycle. we will want to keeppan eye on the would be at least a week out in >> remarkably the pilot survived with minor injuries. >>> i want to make sure medicines i prescribe with them don'ttcontradict with medicines they're on. % >> thh medical world prepares to go paperless. why the obama administration says it's good news for the patients. >>> next, find out if these [ male
in one of his campaigns, from new hampshire to canada. that really resonated with me. it was a touching, motivating story. there is one by a brain surgeon. he was in emigrant migrant worker, who came over from mexico, and he was a boxer. he really started, not even speaking english, pulling weeds. 10 years later, he was in medical school. if you could imagine that. his message was never quit, and how going from failure to failure is sometimes part of success. i really enjoyed that. interesting way of looking at it, but sometimes you don't always get where you want to go, but it does not mean you are not getting their. -- getting there. tavis: how has your relationship with your father -- when you came on the scene, we got to know your dad first. he introduced us to his girls. how has your relationship with your father changed over the years? he came out first, introduced us to you all, now you all are out front and you really see your father. how has the relationship changed over the years as you have moved out front? >> well, he has gone to some money matches and practices, -- he has g
of daniel or donald. they have an accent over the o. i was born in canada, but we went back to ireland and got green cards and came here. my sister siobahn plays my schizophrenic sister on the show. tavis: it is a family show. >> it was interesting for me because i take acting seriously but do not like to talk about it that way. i do not like to look indulgent. i have my thing i do, but do not prince around and talk about it much. the first time doing things with my sister -- i was so overcome with emotion i could not -- i could not get to scenes. this is kind of a thrilling thing when you are taken by something. it is artifice. you know how the scene starts and ends. when people always say, "i do not know where i went. it is so real," it is real in that it provoked a response when you watched it, but you knew where you were going. it was thrilling because there were moments where we really felt like we were flying, in a way. hopefully, if that resonated with us that way, all you can hope is people feel the same way when they watch it. tavis: apparently, they will. the critics like it.
, in canada. most of them also received government subsidies. in response to airbus, boeing is taking a tough line. it says contact of the government level as possible. otherwise, the time for debate is over. >> the markets will get into those shortly. good news for the british economy. the unemployment rate in britain has fallen slightly by 0.1% did in the three months to july, a jump of 286,000 gaining work. one story today for the markets is japan intervening in the foreign-exchange market. of course, the exporters are really liking that. honda, sony, and cannon are up. all eyes are on u.s. production numbers out later today. that's it. >> thank you. tony hayward, the former chief executive of bp, will face questions about the gulf of mexico oil spill. it is trying to find out whether safety rules need to be changed. our business correspondent. >> explosion on the deep water horizon oil rig killed 11 men and caused the worst oil spill in american history. tony hayward gave u.s. lawmakers an opportunity to express their anger. since the congressional hearing, bp has given its own detailed e
aircraft that would have gone between britain and the states and britain and canada, thereby hitting three countries. it's a very confusing and contradictory story. on the one hand, this appears to be very serious plot to hit three countries simultaneously. we have a mumbai-style raid. attacking buildings in cities simultaneously and spraying gunfire as civilians. there were hostages who were murdered. they killed nearly to wonder people in 48 hours. they got the headlines that they craved -- they killed 200 people in 48 hours. this has moved from one is caught aspirational -- this has moved from one that is called aspirational. i do not think the authorities in there and the states or over your wanted the details of this to get out. it was leaked to the u.s. media somehow. people always say that it was a deliberate leak. i do not think it was. i do not think they have tourr in of criminal evidence arrest anybody. >> thank you india has launched a biometric id scheme. it will put more than 1 billion citizens on a database. it is hoping the database will give an accurate picture of indian s
that harvests -- bad harvests in russia and canada. the traders panicked. this creates a situation that is quite irrational. it is detached from the fundamentals of supply and demand. it does impact food importing countries. >> it is not irrational from the point of view of those who want to make big profits. are you saying that there are people around the world who are manipulating the market for their own ends? >> since 2005-2006, a large number of institutional investors, pension funds, hedge funds, have basically disrupted the normal function of the market in which the physical markets react to indications from the markets where futures are traded. the markets are falling signals that are impossible to read. >> your duty is to figure out how to change the rules that govern the game to ensure that the poorest people in the world get access to the food that you say is quite clearly out there. >> we need more transparency about the derivatives that are being exchanged, and the over- the-counter trading. we also need to have better information about stocks. for the moment, speculation is easy be
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